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Managing Global Accounts Capon, Noel | Potter, Dave | Schindler, Fred South-Western Educational Publishing , 2006 Customer Focus, Global Business, Management

Managing a company’s global accounts is not the same as managing national accounts, and any business that tries to move from national to global accounts without careful consideration and planning is doomed to fail....

 
 
Managing for the Future Drucker, Peter F. Truman Talley Books/Dutton , 1992 Management

A presentation of some of Drucker’s most recent pronouncements (from 40 previously published essays) that analyzes and brings practical insight to a host of subjects covering the entire spectrum of today’s and tomorrow...

 
 
Managing for People Who Hate Managing Zack, Devora Berrett-Koehler Publishers, Inc. , 2012 Management

In Managing for People Who Hate Managing, management consultant Devora Zack relies on the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator to introduce two primary management styles—Thinkers and Feelers—and explains how,...

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Managing at the Speed of Change Conner, Daryl R. Villard books/Random House , 1992 Change Management, Management

Written a decade ago but still very useful for today's world, this book will help you if you need to know: Why do some people absorb change quicker and adapt faster than others? Why do some companies flourish during...

 
 
Managing Across Cultures Solomon, Charlene M. | Schell, Michael S. McGraw-Hill , 2009 Diversity, Human Resources, Management

Today’s business world has become so interconnected that most businesspeople now regularly work with colleagues, customers, or suppliers from other cultures. Not everyone in the world shares American attitudes toward...

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Managing Mintzberg, Henry Berrett-Koehler Publishers , 2009 Major Works, Management

Identifying what managers do is easy; making sense of the huge assortment of duties and requirements is the difficulty. According to management guru Henry Mintzberg, author of Managing, management must...

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Managers Not MBAs Mintzberg, Henry Berrett-Koehler Publishers , 2004 Human Resources, Management

According to Mintzberg, management education is really business education, offering specialized training in the functions of business rather than general education in the practice of managing. As a result, thousands of...

 
 
Managers Caught in the Crunch Jenks, James M. | Zevnik, Brian L. P. Franklin Watts , 1989 Human Resources, Management, Personal Growth

Prior to 1982, the position of most middle managers was very secure and nearly sacrosanct. Since then, however, thousands of managers have been dismissed. In fact, middle management seems targeted for termination and...

 
 
Managers as Mentors, Third Edition Bell, Chip R. | Goldsmith, Marshall Berrett-Koehler Publishers, Inc. , 2013 Leadership Development, Management

Change is endemic in the modern corporate setting, and employees who are continually learning are better equipped to evolve with this change. In Managers as Mentors, Chip R. Bell and Marshall Goldsmith...

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Managers as Mentors Bell, Chip R. Berrett-Koehler Publishers , 2002 Human Resources, Leadership, Leadership Development, Management, Personal Growth

In the contemporary workplace, where the requirement for learning is constant, the traditional boss-subordinate relationship is rapidly becoming obsolete. The old authoritarian, patriarchal leader/manager model is...

 
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